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| p.2 #16 · Windows 8 for wedding photographers |
There is an option to give your pc a fresh start while keeping your programs and documents. I used it and it did the job ,didn't need it, but I was testing it for fun) It only deleted my internet history, Skype for some weird reason (probably already fixed) and some minor programs I did not even know.
Windows 8 takes a few hours to get used to ; searching, sharing, settings are shown when going to the upper right corner, the start screen also feels a bit useless and time consuming in the beginning. But after you get used to it, you realise it's faster and better than Windows 7. With the advantage that you can still do everything "the old way". Some reviewers only played with it for an hour and say it's useless and that are the reviews we all see. Do you need win8? NO Would you want it? YES! When going back to my win7 pc, I have the same feeling as going back to Vista from win7. (no, win7 is not shit like Vista, but win8 is just a huge improvement in the small things that makes everything that much better, inuitivity, ease of use, stability,...)
It feels like it's build for the Profesional and Consumer in 1 OS.
Yes, sometimes there are some very minor bugs (but I only found some in the Preview of Office 2013), but when you report them they are fixed in the next update, probably a coincidence (weekly updates). The more I work with it, the more I like it!